Q. What are the features of Bohr’s Module of an atom?
A. The features of Neil Bohr’s Module of an atom were as follows:
- There were discrete orbits around the nucleus of the atom where electrons revolve. They don’t lose or radiate energy there.
- The Shells were names as K, L, M, N and so on.
- The no. of electrons in a given shell can be found by using the formula 2n2. For example, in M shell, using 2n2 thus we get 2 x 3 x 3. Now Since M is the 3rd shell. So 2 times 9 give us 18, i.e. no. of electrons.
- In the K shell, two electrons can be accommodated. In L shell, 8 were possible. In M Shell 18 shells and N shell can have 32 electrons.
- The Outermost shell required to have complete octet to be stable.
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